Asus VivoBook S400CA
HDMI and VGA.
Quick bootup from caching drive.
Full ultrabook specs.
Ten point Touch screen.
Full sized Ethernet port.
Solid screen for touch.
Two USB 2,0 ports.
Only one USB 3,0 port.
Must use Fn key for vol/brightness/etc.
Could use more battery life.
Keyboard not backlit.
Only 2,4GHz WiFi.
An uncomfortably mushy keyboard.
A lower-resolution display.
By APC Magazine on August 07, 2013
Easily mistaken for a boring run-of-the-mill laptop, the ASUS VivoBook is an affordable option with a range of extra features. For a start, it has a touchscreen, is only 2cm thick, has a large array of ports and a sleek, wedge-shaped chassis. Our test...70
By TechTree on July 17, 2013
The ASUS S400CA is a very good performer in all regular computing tasks, thanks to its Core i7 CPU with sufficient RAM and hybrid drive system. However, its display quality is nothing to write home about with poor viewing angles. Nevertheless, it is as...70
By Expert Reviews on May 08, 2013
Great if you need a lightweight touchscreen ultraportable laptop, but a little underpowered for the money...80
By Good Gear Guide on February 24, 2013
The ASUS VivoBook S400C offers plenty of value for money, especially if you can find it for just over $800. It has a strong CPU, good storage, a decent touchscreen and keyboard and a good range of built-in ports. Battery life is also relatively long....80
By uk.hardware.info on February 20, 2013
If you're looking for a new Ultrabook with a touch screen, you could do worse than the ASUS VivoBook S400CA. It's relatively light and compact, and while we would have preferred a resolution higher than 1366x768, ASUS isn't pricing this as a...-
By Expert Reviews on February 01, 2013
The display isn't perfect, but a touchscreen, powerful specs and superior build quality easily make this the best-value Ultrabook we’ve seen...100
By TechRadar on January 20, 2013
When Microsoft first mooted Windows 8 , the common thought was that while people would use Windows 8 tablets, there wouldn't be a demand for Windows 8 touchscreen laptops. Or that they'd be too expensive. It turns out that the research from both...80
By Computer Shopper on January 18, 2013
The Asus VivoBook S400CA isn't flashy, but it's a surprisingly capable laptop that just happens to be the lowest-priced touch-screen notebook we've tested yet. Travelers will be disappointed by its brief battery life, however....80
By ultrabookreview.com on January 01, 2013
The Asus S400CA is one of the best affordable ultrabooks that offer a touchscreen right now and it's overall a solid machine, despite having some more or less annoying...70
By PC Mag on December 27, 2012
The Asus VivoBook S400CA-UH51 is one of the least expensive ways to get a fully functional Windows 8 ultrabook. It's a touch-screen ultrabook that gets the pricing and feature set...80